As we work to improve the ViewMedica Patient Education experience, we are upgrading our most popular animations with new 3D visuals. Today's upgrade: The Spine Anatomy module.

Watch our news feed for additional animation upgrades as we will be rolling out many more in the coming months.

Here's a look at our new Spine Anatomy module. If you are a ViewMedica user and subscribe to the Spine Anatomy module, the upgraded content has already been added to your account.

Swarm announces an upgrade to its ViewMedica viewer for iPads and iPhones. The new ViewMedica viewer is our first step to offering our beautifully animated medical content using only modern Web standards. The move brings Swarm closer to providing a similar ViewMedica experience to the multiple tablets and smart phones used by your patients.

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New features now available to iPads and iPhones include:

  • Print Brochure support
  • Improved video quality
  • Supports use of Apple TV AirPlay
  • Same interface you and your customers already know

Special features just for the iPad:

  • Closed Captioning of videos
  • Multiple-language support
  • ViewMedica plays within your website

Seeing the importance of the mobile market, Swarm released its first ViewMedica Web app soon after the iPad's 2010 launch. The new ViewMedica takes advantage of the latest Web technologies, improving its user experience and design.

As always, we don't charge for this mobile support. All patient education animations can be viewed on iPad, iPhone and other mobile devices at no extra cost to you. And, the automatic upgrade is free for all current subscribers. As long as you are using the latest ViewMedica embed code on your site, you will see the new iPad/iPhone viewer.

Point your tablet or smart phone browser to our ViewMedica information page to see the new mobile support.

Swarm Interactive is pleased to announce the release of our newest 3D animation. Cardiovascular Stent Placement takes the viewer into the coronary arteries of the heart for a look at how an expandable stent is deployed to widen a blockage.

Want to see the new content? See our full library in action.

Here's a look at our new Cardiovascular Stent Placement module.